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Restrictions of Java for embedded real-time systems

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Java, with its pragmatic approach to object orientation and enhancements over C, got very popular for desktop and server application development. The productivity increment of up to 40% compared with C++ [E. Quinn et al., (1998)] attracts also embedded systems programmers. However, standard Java is not practical on these usually small devices. This paper presents the status of restricted Java environments for embedded and real-time systems. For missing definitions, additional profiles are proposed. Results of the implementation on a Java processor show that it is possible to develop applications in pure Java on resource constraint devices

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Object-Oriented Real-Time Distributed Computing, 2004. Proceedings. Seventh IEEE International Symposium on

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14-14 May 2004